7 Surprising Facts About Himachal Pradesh: More Than Just Mountains Intriguing

 True to its name, Himachal Pradesh is dotted with countless temples and monasteries, earning it the moniker "Dev Bhoomi" or Land of the Gods

Land of the Gods

 Himachal Pradesh is the undisputed king of apples in India. Its fertile valleys and cool climate provide the perfect conditions for these juicy fruits to thrive

Apple Capital of India

Dharamshala, nestled in the Kangra Valley, is not just a picturesque hill station but also the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile. The Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism,

Home of the Dalai Lama

From trekking through lush valleys and scaling snow-capped peaks to white-water rafting in roaring rivers and mountain biking on challenging trails, Himachal Pradesh is a paradise for adventure seekers

Adventure Playground

Himachal Pradesh has a rich tradition of handicrafts, passed down through generations. From the intricate wood carvings of Kullu to the colorful Kullu shawls and the delicate Kinnauri shawls, every piece is a testament to the skill and creativity of the local artisans.

A Legacy of Craftsmanship

Himachal Pradesh is a treasure trove of natural wonders. Sparkling lakes like Rohtang Lake and Dal Lake reflect the snow-capped peaks, while cascading waterfalls like the Beas Kund and Glen waterfall add to the mesmerizing scenery..

A Toast to Nature's Bounty

The Kalka-Shimla Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is not just a mode of transportation but a journey through time.

Toy Train Odyssey